May 2006 Archives

Godzilla: Final Wars - Ryuhei Kitamura

Godzilla: Final Wars by Ryûhei Kitamura (Review)

A terrible way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of cinema’s greatest monster.
The New World - Terrence Malick

The New World by Terrence Malick (Review)

One of the best and finest things about The New World is that it is no simple black and white story.
X-Men: The Last Stand, Brett Ratner

X-Men: The Last Stand by Brett Ratner (Review)

Nowhere near as bad as it could’ve been, but nowhere near as good as it should’ve been.
Blade Runner - Ridley Scott

Blade Runner’s Final Cut

One of the greatest sci-fi films is getting some truly deluxe treatment.
That Which Is Tragic and Timeless

That Which Is Tragic and Timeless by Desiderii Marginis (Review)

As the title implies, this is dark, dank, atmospheric stuff, hinting at all of the aforementioned imagery.
Tiefe Berge - Emil Klotzsch

Tiefe Berge by Emil Klotzsch (Review)

Klotzsch’s drifting soundscapes conjure up images of a windswept, rain-battered terrain.
Little Darla Has A Treat For You, Volume 24 - Various Artists

Little Darla Has a Treat for You, Vol. 24: Summer 2006 by Various Artists (Review)

Featuring Aarktica, Robin Guthrie, July Skies, I Am Robot and Proud, Lowlife, and more.
A Breath of Sigh - Follow the Train

A Breath of Sigh by Follow The Train (Review)

A definite sleeper album, and one that will probably fly under most people’s radars.
Continental - Robin Guthrie

Continental by Robin Guthrie (Review)

On Continental, Robin Guthrie shakes free somewhat of his own well-defined sound.
The Dividing Island - Lansing-Dreiden

The Dividing Island by Lansing-Dreiden (Review)

Trying to enjoy Lansing-Dreiden’s chimerical music this time around proved rather difficult.
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children - Tetsuya Nomura

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children by Tetsuya Nomura (Review)

Your enjoyment of the film will be almost entirely dependent on how well you knew and enjoyed Final Fantasy VII, the game.
Eureka Seven

Eureka Seven, Volume 1 by Tomoki Kyoda (Review)

In short, the series simply looks and sounds amazing, with detailed and distinct character designs, solid mecha designs, and plenty of solid action.


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